Hostels in Bergamo: cheap accommodation into the city
Low cost flights are very useful by now: they carry you almost everywhere and they push young people that love to travel and to visit european cities in a short time. Often the pockets of this people are not very full and moreover they don’t need luxury, so they look for an hostel immediately after booking a flight. Requirements needed are few and simple: a room, a bathroom (also shared), sweeping, clever location and free wi-fi.
Are there some hostels in Bergamo? Of course. Bergamo is a touristic city and it welcome also the youger, so we suggest you some hostels.
Settled in Monterosso, the green neighborhood at the foot of the Upper City, the Bergamo Youth Hostel is a big meeting place for young tourists. There are a lot of furnished rooms, common indoor and outdoor rooms, as instance the wide terrace and the roof garden from which is possible to see the beauty of the Upper City. From this part of the city you can reach the center by bus line 9 ATB and the medieval village by line 3 or on foot taking the trails that go up on the hill and arrive at the Venecian Wall.
In the full center of the city there is the Central Hostel in via Ghislanzoni, few steps from the station. All the rooms have a private bathroom, there are common rooms, a pub, a garden and you cane buy bus tickets at the reception, even if the hostel is put in a place not far from the point of interest and from the cable car that carries to te Upper City.
In the upper part of the city, in Via San Lorenzo, there is the family-run Bed & Breakfast called “Entro le Mura”. There are different types of rooms everyone with private bathroom, there is a small court with a garden and the B&b is sorrounded by beautifyl and interesting monuments that you cannot miss.
To reach Bergamo from the Airport “Il Caravaggio” in Orio al Serio it is possible to take the ATB line 1, every half an hour at the cost of € 2,10.
To arrive to Monterosso, there is le line 9 that passes in Porta Nuova, whereas line 1A goes to the Upper City as well as the cable car in Via Vittorio Emanuele.